An Ohio attorney is best qualified to answer your question, but you await a response for four weeks. As a GENERAL premise, absent any statutory requirements, it would probably be a reasonable time. The underlying principle is that a party against whom a claim is made should have opportunity to...Read more »
I’m in Ohio and my employer changed insurance companies effective the first of this year. Neither I nor my therapist realized that this change made her out of network as many of her patients have the same employer as I and I found her through my old insurance which was provided by the same... Read more »
Your employer will not be liable to pay or waive the expense. It is your responsibility to ensure that your health care providers are covered under your employer's insurance plan. You can ask if your therapist or your insurance company is willing to work with you on payments.
An Ohio attorney would know best about any applicable state laws here. But your question remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, there isn't anything to stop a claimant from doing that. But a fundamental issue that could confront such a claimant if the visit to the primary doctor is...Read more »
my dog bit a person walking along the side of my condo while they were on a tie out and i was sitting with them on my back patio. I am unable to view who is coming up alongside the condo and dogs started running towards person and my little dog bit the person because they were within the tie out... Read more »
She moved out and didn't tell us where she was going and she changed her phone number. She has cut off our entire extended family. The car is titled in her name. My question is whether we can cancel her car insurance (our policy) without my husband and I facing legal issues if she wrecks her... Read more »
You don’t have to provide her with insurance but just not paying for it knowing she’s going to drive isn’t the best plan. First, it won’t get you off the hook for the loan. Second, it won’t cause the financing company to repossess the car. Third, if she wrecks without insurance, she could...Read more »
My mom is 70 years old and had let her insurance lapse (I had no idea it had). Apparently it has been a few months. I know that it is illegal to drive without insurance. This had also happened about 7 years ago too. I thought that she was on the straight and narrow and was keeping her insurance... Read more »
No jail. I'm assuming you had an accident. The other person or their insurance will ask for her insurance. If she doesn't have any they'll ask her to pay. It may be to her advantage NOT TO MAKE ANY AGREEMENT TO DO SO because she may be "judgement proof." It really makes...Read more »
I borrowed car for 1 day while car was in shop to get to work. I found out after I was in car accident due to black ice hit a parked car On the street who was parked by the curb. that the car I borrowed from a family member did not have insurance. The family member has told me they did have... Read more »
But you carried insruance that covered you for liability so you should be OK. If you want, get a consult from an attorney who handles citations. Bring proof that you had coverage through your company at the time of the wreck. Notify your company.
You need to contact an attorney in the area where the alleged charges were brought as soon as possible, if you have not done so already. The State has several options available to them on how to proceed, and you need an attorney versed in the law to discuss your options with you. This could be a...Read more »
45 mins. Later husband got off work and rear ended someone and now both insurances refuse to cover. Geico says there was 5 min. Difference in when I started which is not true. When I finished purchasing it said I was covered. When husband called and needed proof of insurance for cop I called geico... Read more »
You need to obtain the electronic mail to and from Gieco to determine whether policy was in effect. In addition, your previous insurance company may have continued the policy of insurance for a short period of time after the cancellation for non-payment.
Generally you aren't responsible for your kids in that regard unless the car was in your name and you lacked adequate coverage. If it's his name and lacked adequate coverage he might be able to get additional coverage on yours but that's not tooo likely the way policies are written now.
Assuming they are over 18, they are responsible for their wrecks. Question is whose name is it in and if there is insurance,and whose fault the wreck was. If you are on the car as owner then if they were a known risk you may have some exposure not for causing the crash but for giving a car to...Read more »
Getting off the highway after light just turned green, she hit her breaks to turn left onto the bridge off the exit inner lane, accelerated, I start to accelerate, she slams on her breaks. I breaked, but not fast enough because I was just getting around the turn & around a line of stopped... Read more »
If you rear-ended someone, you just-about certainly were following too closely. You should ALWAYS leave enough room between you and the car in front of you, so as to guard against EXACTLY this sort of thing happening. So no, I don't think you have a defense.
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